I have a lot of things to say about Klausner, but first, I want to say that she is an extraordinary woman and I have no doubt that she will continue to serve our country in ways that honor her legacy.
She is a terrific American.
But she also has been a victim of circumstances that have made her vulnerable to her own self-interest.
If you look at what happened with the home in Palm Beach, Florida, and the $3,000 home in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and now the home she bought in Washington, DC, you see how vulnerable she has been to circumstances.
Her family has been trying to get the house sold, and it was only recently that they were able to secure a $5 million down payment.
The bank has said that they have no intention of lending to her.
That was before the fact that she has spent all of her time in Washington and has been working for the president of the United States.
The last thing she needs is to be forced to sell her home and go to the government to get her money back.
So I think that the American people are tired of her being dragged through the mud by the administration, by the special interests that have been trying for years to get this home sold, by special interests who have been fighting against the President’s efforts to get it sold.
And she knows that.
So we will continue, in my view, to support her.
[Fox News, The Five, 10/21/17]